Maps, Handbooks and Resources

► View 2017 Mississauga Cycling Map  (2p PDF)
    NOTE: File may take time to download; interactivity is pending.

► View English-language Cyclists Handbook   (16p PDF)

The Mississauga Cyclists Handbook is also available online in:


Peel Police Launch Bike Registry

April 2017:  Peel Regional Police now offer a bicycle registration program online.  By registering your bicycle with Police, your chances of having your bicycle returned to you are greatly increased if it is lost or stolen.

NOTE:  Only registrants with an address within the area serviced by Peel Regional Police will be accepted.

At left is an image of the optional bike registry sticker decal you can receive (by mail) to put on your bike.

► View the PRP Bike Registry webpage.

► The webpage also links to Bicycle Theft Prevention and Cyclist Safety Tips.


2017 Mississauga Cycling Map

June 2017:  Hard copies of the new 2017 Mississauga Cycling Map are being distributed to all Mississauga Community Centres and Mississauga Bike Shops.  MCAC will be handing out the FREE maps at our Community Rides.

The printed map images of the cycling routes are larger, with north and south Mississauga being split between the two sides as shown in the small images below (the previous version had the entire city on one side).  The online digital version of the new map (on the City's website) will allow several dynamic viewing options.  For now, we have posted the 2p PDF version (click image).  NOTE: The file may take time to download.

The images below are only to indicate the new map format and are not for use.


*NEW* The Peel Region Cyclists Handbook

April 2017:  The Peel Region Cyclists Handbook (webpage) will teach you about your bicycle, our traffic laws, and safe cycling habits. When you ride your bike, always remember to use your best judgement, take your time and have fun!

MCAC will be handing out the FREE handbooks at our Community Rides.

If you are interested in having a copy of the Peel Region Cyclists Handbook sent to you by mail, please contact us at

► View Peel Region Cyclists Handbook 1st Edition (16p PDF)


Every Cyclist's Guide to Canadian Law

MCAC has just received a complimentary copy of this new book (by Craig Forcese and Nicole LaViolette) from the publisher: Irwin Law Inc.

► Click for Description and Ordering information

Excerpt:  "More Canadians are riding bicycles than ever before, but did you know that riding your bike in Canada is now almost as heavily regulated as driving your car?  Whether you are one of more than 200,000 Canadians who commute by bike, the parent of a child with her first two-wheeler, a veteran racer, or a recreational rider, the chances are you will need this book.  In Every Cyclist’s Guide to Canadian Law, Craig Forcese and Nicole LaViolette, both law professors and avid cyclists, provide a comprehensive overview of Canadian law for bicycles — covering rules of the road, purchasing and using bicycles, what to do in the case of an accident or a stolen bike, starting up your own cycling club, racing your bike, and much more."

► Click for Canadian Cyclist book review (December 2014).

Excerpt:  "The authors use simple day-to-day examples to illustrate situations and clearly lay out the scope and limitations of your rights and obligations ... it will provide every cyclist with a better understanding of Canadian law as it pertains to cyclists.  They even contribute a portion of the proceeds from sales to the Share the Road Coalition."


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